Communication Management (B.A.), Campus Lingen (Ems)

Bachelor of Arts

Features of the degree program Communication Management

The success of a company, an association, or any other organization depends largely on communication. For this reason, communication processes, both internal and external, should not be left to chance. Whether a major company wants to communicate a merger process or a regional tourism association is seeking a new concept for successful addressing target groups, the same rule always applies: communication is a management task – and management is a communication task.

Students of the degree program Communication Management (B.A.) acquire the knowledge and the indispensable tools needed to control all processes of external and internal communication for organizations.In addition to the foundations of PR conception, press and media work, journalism, and business administration, the study program provides insights into the wide variety of fields of communications management (e.g. CEO communication, risk communication, or employee communication), empirical communications research, communication psychology, or current specializations in the field (e.g. PR litigation or political communication). The program is rounded off with offerings such as Campus TV and Campus Radio, which are produced in an independent studio.

The degree program at a glance


Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)


Winter semester

Placement test


Standard period of study

6 semesters



Type of study

Full-time undergraduate degree program

Numerus Clausus

Yes (Last years NC)


Lingen Campus

Admission restriction



Academic information and guidance

Prof. Dr. Sabine Kirchhoff
Degree program director

Room: KB 0308
Phone: +49 (0)591 80098-456

Office hours:
by arrangement

General information and coordination

Silke Silies

Room: KB 0301
Phone: +49 (0)591 80098-449

Office hours:
by arrangement

Application, admission and exams

Karin Merschel
Registrar's office

Room: KC 0003
Phone: +49 (0)591 80098-634

Office hours:
Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays from 9:30 am to 12:00 pm and by arrangement